Proletarian Culture: David Alfaro Siqueiros, Mexican Muralist and Fierce Revolutionary

By Elena Perez Mexican artist and dedicated revolutionary, David Alfaro Siqueiros, was born in late December, 1896 (the exact date is disputed), and died on January 6, 1974. His artistic works include many brilliant, large-scale murals that show the world in motion through revolution. Born on the horizon of the new century, Siqueiros took up Marxism, and stood shoulder-to-shoulder with indigenous and peasants’ struggles and … Continue reading Proletarian Culture: David Alfaro Siqueiros, Mexican Muralist and Fierce Revolutionary

Proletarian Art: Honoring Garrett Foster for His 30th Birthday

In honor of what would have been antiracist activist Garrett Foster’s 30th Birthday on December 4, Tribune illustrator Reed Everson created a piece of art to celebrate Foster and his life dedicated to serving the people and fighting for a better world. Click Image below for Full View: The artist wrote the following about the piece: Garrett Foster’s sacrifice reminds us that we aren’t just … Continue reading Proletarian Art: Honoring Garrett Foster for His 30th Birthday

Proletarian Art: The Spirit of Chairman Gonzalo

By David Martinez Tribune received an art submission from illustrator Reed Everson, titled “The Spirit of Chairman Gonzalo” made to commemorate Chairman Gonzalo (Abimael Guzman Reynoso), head of the Communist Party of Peru (PCP, Partido Comunista del Perú) and the People’s War in Peru, who died four days ago on September 11. Everson writes: Revolutionaries, proletariat, and allies of the working class, let us carry … Continue reading Proletarian Art: The Spirit of Chairman Gonzalo